Yahoo chief Marissa Mayer 'rejected an automated email password reset after the major hack as she feared it could drive users away'



Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer refused to offer users an automated password reset after the major hack - because she feared it would scare away customers, according to reports.
Around 500 million Yahoo accounts were hacked in 2014 - making it one of the largest security breaches in history.
A source close to Yahoo told the Financial Times that Mayer was informed of the potential breach as early as July.
But the CEO, who often clashed with the company's internal security team on costs, rejected the idea of sending out an automated email requiring users to update their passwords.
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28 September 2016 in Science &Technology, Views: 51
Source: Daily Mail
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